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: they're the adorable duo taking the internet by storm. 1-year-old beau and 2-month-old theo, now overnight sensations after these photos of them cuddling at nap time went viral. beau's mom, jessica shyba, captured the precious moments soon after the family adopted theo just two weeks ago. she says it was puppy love at first sight. >> i would put beau down for his nap. and theo follows me upstairs. and waits until beau's sleeping. and then, he crawls over. and usually plops right on top of beau. >> reporter: theo is just supercuddly and loves to snuggle. >> beau is used to having somebody next to him while he's sleeping. so, theo really fills that spot for him. and i think the same is true for theo. >> reporter: jessica shared the photos on her blog and then on vine. before she knew it, their photos were everywhere. >> the genuine love that these two convey for each other is such an organic and natural thing. people are drawn to that. >> reporter: jessica says, she's glad the photos are bringing people joy. even if the two subjects don't know it. >> theo and beau don't know what's
. it's basically put together a picture of his body. so, beau is running in a way a lot of americans run. he's running with a typical running form. he's running with a cadence of 150 steps a minute and he's leaning at the waist. most evidence suggests this is not a very good way to run. you see when he hits the ground there's this big impact beat, it means there's a very rapid rate of rise so that first peak is what's called the impact peak and that's the body slamming into the ground really hard. beau is now running with what i would call natural running form or good form running, so he's got good posture. he's not leaning at the hips. there's a little bit of lean maybe at the ankle but not at the hitches and he's running with a very high cadence. he's running 170 to 180 steps a minute. this peak is what happened when he was running at a -- at a faster cadence without the lean. and you can see the first peak has basically disappeared or if it does appear it's very much more gradual. >> and we're here with professor dan lieberman now on a nice day in the park. thank you for being her
. this is beau and his new best friend mixed breed puppy adopted from the santa cruz spca and the more started taking the pictures of the two napping together and posted them on a blog called "mama's gone city." >> the two cannot get enough each other the she waits for beau to fall asleep we are not sure who is cuter. it is a tie. they have their own hashtag on twitter. >> i have pictures of my kids with stuffed animals and i will host those... >> a major silicon valley tech company wants to expand its presence in one south baytown. >> two people die in an overnight crash and well update where the commute stands right now. a social worker and a nurse accused of a crime against their own foster child and they >>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> a crash on interstate 880 leaves the commute at a standstill. we will check with leyla gulen in the traffic center to find out what to expect. >> devastation in the midwest, we have a clear picture of the destruction from a string of weekend tornadoes. >> netflix wants to expand their presence but neighbors could get the final
're live, beau brooks, canton, pride of baltimore 2, 25th birthday. rick is the executive director. how are you? >> good, hi. >> reporter: pride of baltimore 2, 25 years. we'll tell you about the big party when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> my name is manny and i'm from baltimore, maryland. >>> first warning weather. you can see everybody's hopped up a degree. 42 in dc from 41. elkton still 36. 34 cumberland. 37 easton. now 38 in westminster. 39 bel air. 41 columbia. 40 rock hall and annapolis and kent island in the mid-40s. high pressure is in that position that it's dragging warm air up the 95 corridor. frontal boundary to the west will come through thursday, will not get hung up along the coast. it will be a cooler weekend, but bright and sunny and beautiful fall weather. 57 today, clouds breaking for some sun. maybe a little more than some. we'll see. mostly cloudy and 41 overnight. generous amount of clouds tomorrow. high of 62 degrees. call it low 60s on thursday with afternoon showers. frontal boundary moves through the area. here's the
cars. and our phil lebeau is on-site mingling with the top auto ceos. >> hey, tyler, electric cars a big theme at the show this year. this is one of the new ones introduced, volkswagen's e gulf we'll talk with the head of volkswagen of america when "power lunch" returns. [ bagpipes and drums playing over ] [ music transitions to rock ] make it happen with the all-new fidelity active trader pro. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades when you open an account. >>> day two of the l.a. auto show and cnbc is all over the hottest cars or phil lebeau is. he's on-site with the first on cnbc interview with the ceo of volkswagen of america. phil? >> thank you, tyler. i'm here with jonathan browning the gentleman who runs volkswagen of america and we're standing in front of your newest vehicle you unveiled the e gulf, e for electric. how much due mand is out there in your opinion in terms of electric vehicle? >> the electric vehicle demand is a small minority of the total market price but it's growing. for example, in our long-term plannin
, tactics, and message. back in new jersey, chris christie's opponent barbara beau -- buono tried to make his presidential ambition an issue. >> he wants to be president. i want to be your governor. >> reporter: but christie tried to joke about it. >> are you warm? >> you know, it feels like good new jersey november weather. >> reporter: yet the national scrutiny has begun. a new book says mitt romney passed over christie as his running mate in part because of the governor's past wall street ties. christie's bus stopped at diners and vfw halls where he's criticized washington and distanced himself from the tea party. >> you watch this craze siness washington, d.c. where these people don't to do anything but yell and scream at each other. they don't work with each other, talk to each other. in new jersey we haven't let that happen. >> reporter: christie wants to win big and prove he has a diverse group of supporters that's elusive for national republicans. there is another trend beyond presidential politics, brian. if you look at this sign here, there's a word you cannot find. it's the wor
, our own phil lebeau with more details on that. >> reporter: good morning, kate. we're here at the l.a. auto so where as they get ready to open the show, a lot of talk is about what's happening with tesla. a few minutes ago, this tweet from elon musk, the ceo of tesla. he says why does a tesla fire with no injury get more media headlines than 100 gas car fires that kill hundreds of people per year? what he's referencing is the fact that the national highway traffic safety administration has opened a formal investigation into the model s battery fires. in doing so the agency said the investigation was prompted by recent incidents in washington state and tennessee that resulted in battery fires due to undercarriage strikes with roadway debris. nobody was injured, nobody was killed in either of the tesla model s fires and tesla this morning said it asked the national highway traffic safety association to launch a formal investigation. it brings up the question, will there be a rrl? this is what elon musk said at the deal book contract just last week when andrew ross sorkin asked him abo
of it. back to you. >> scott, thank you very much. phil lebeau joins us with the ripple effects that this incident is likely and is already having on eyre travel, certainly in the western part of the united states. with a ground hold if you're in atlanta and bound for los angeles your plane doesn't leave. >> no, you're sitting there. interesting note here is take a look at those flights that are already in the los angeles area. they've been essentially as they're brought in there in a holding pattern. few flights have landed. it's a matter of how much fuel do you have before they say we can bring new here and land you, and then we're going to keep you parked to the side or if they have to move them over to let's say john wayne airport out in orange county or one of the other airports out there in california. keep in mind it wasn't just the terminal where there were evacuati evacuations. it was the others as well. yes there will likely be rescreenings taking place because the concern from the tsa is was this just an isolated incident or is this one incident part of something larg
. anyway, more on that plus walmart has a different kind of fight on its hand. phil lebeau at a walmart worker protest. one problem, the walmart workers didn't really show up as part of the protests. a live report on that still ahead. that's mine. ♪ that's mine. ♪ that's mine. ♪ come on, kyle. ♪ [ horn honks ] that's mine...kyle. [ male announcer ] revenge is best served with 272 horses. now get the best offers of the season. current lessees with an expiring lease get this 2014 ats for around $299 a month. ♪ (announcer) scottrade knows our and invest their own way. with scottrade's smart text, i can quickly understand my charts, and spend more time trading. their quick trade bar lets my account follow me online so i can react in real-time. plus, my local scottrade office is there to help. because they know i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) ranked highest in investor satisfaction with self-directed services by j.d. power and associates. >>> there were protests scheduled outside walmart stores across the country but the funny thing is
conviction was thrown out. >>> joes scar beau says it depending on the elections. >>> and best selling author malcolm gladwell is here in studio 57. he said we need to see challenges as opportunities to do something great. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> it's amazing. i know there will be new adventures and it will be incredible. >> ryan ferguson spent nearly a decade trying to prove he is an i innocent man. >> they could bring charges at a fuehrer time but there's far more evidence pointing to other suspects. >>> 90% of the city was affected by this typhoon. just 20% of people have received aid. >> there are doctors who thing everybody should be on statin who should be in the water. there are other doctors who are much more skeptical of it. so putting double the number in the pool is creating some controversy. >> freeze warnings are posted this morning for money of the southeast. it looks like winter in north carolina. >> administration tells us enrollment numbers for the month of october could be released as early as today. >> i
his conviction was thrown out. >>> joes scar beau says it depending on the elections. >>> and best selling author malcolm gladwell is here in studio 57. he said we need to see challenges as opportunities to do something great. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> it's amazing. i know there will be new adventures and it will be incredible. >> ryan ferguson spent nearly a decade trying to prove he is an i innocent man. >> they could bring charges at a fuehrer time, but there's far more evidence pointing to other suspects. >>> 90% of the city was affected by this typhoon. just 20% of people have received aid. >> there are doctors who thing everybody should be on statin, who should be in the water. there are other doctors who are much more skeptical of it. so putting double the number in the pool is creating some controversy. >> freeze warnings are posted this morning for money of the southeast. it looks like winter in north carolina. >> administration tells us enrollment numbers for the month of october could be released as early as today. >> is the church teach
the industry. phil lebeau is in mexico with carlos goen. phil, over to you. >> reporter: thank you, kelly. we have a busy day in new york, and also a busy day here in mexico. and carlos is joining me, chairman of nissan-renault. a lot of the plant here, why now? >> yes, we're already here. >> correct. >> we have a plant that's full. 175,000 cars a year capacity, capable of doing four cars. but it will be filled with one car, the central behind me, demand is strong in the united states, and very strong, also, in mexico. little by little, mexico is becoming an export hub for the americas. >> the weaker yen. obviously, you're more diversified than many of the japanese counterparts around the world. how much has it benefited you? does it make it a little -- put less pressure on you to diversify the base even more? >> no, i said when the end was 75 or 76, we need to hit 100 in order to -- for the end to be neutral. we're there. i think it's neutral for the moment. i don't think there's an advantage. i don't think there is a handicap. we are much more diversified than our competitors in japan. we f
, there was another beau waiting for her, another male friend waiting for her. >> what was the age different? >> he was born in 1917, she in 1929. 12 years. >> they met several times before? >> she first met him on a train. she wrote about it. she said this congressman with reddish brown hair i met on the train, i don't think she had ever heard of him. he by then was in congress. he had a book and a famous father ambassador to england, that was not her world. >> he didn't remember. >> next up. you're on the air. >> what were her favorite hobbies? what did she like to do in her spare time? >> all right, thank you. sounds like we have another student watching us tonight. can you tell us about yourself? >> i'm 12 years old. >> doing wonderfully with 12-year-olds tonight. thank you for calling. >> i love history and watching channels and learning new things every time i turn on the tv. so i saw this channel and i decided to ask a question because i love history. >> i'm from chicago. >> how perfect to be 12 just the same age as jackie bouvier when she went to the white house? >> you asked about her hobb
are not so happy about black friday. let's go to chicago. phil lebeau will have the rest of that story. >>> leanne gregg reporting for us in denver. we're going to jump real quickie to the white house because we wanted to show this to everybody. as you can see the first family is out front to welcome the christmas tree that has just arrived there at the white house. and we see the first lady along with the two dogs there and her children as well as the big christmas tree for america's house comes into view. we'll get a better shot of this but we know the president and first family, they spent the holiday at the white house yesterday. we had the listing of pies, nine different pies. yesterday the president making phone calls to our service members to thank them for their service and wish them a happy holiday. there we see the first family greeting the christmas tree that's going to be up and for everybody's viewing pleasure at the white house shortly. we see it pulled in and just amazing, look at those horses too. >>> so we take you back from the white house on to walmart as leeann had
happy. >>> some walmart workers and their supporters protesting low wages today. phil lebeau joins us with more. >> reporter: behind me about 75 people protesting low wages at walmart. we asked these people how many of you actually work for walmart? we found 3 people of the 75 who actually work for walmart. brings up the question why are these people protesting at this walmart and supposedly 15 wall marts around the country. they believe they should be bringing the minimum wage up to $12.50 an hour. in their words, that's the right way to help the workers earn more. >> it's about the choice that the company makes. at the end of the day, it is not fair that we as american taxpayers have to add to the bottom line of the most profitable company in america. we're talking about the world's largest employer. they can, indeed, afford to pay higher wages. >>> and again, the minimum wage for walmart workers is $8.80. it's a number of groups coming together, calling themselves jobs for justice. walmart has 1.4 million employees in the u.s. and the ceo says they do pay higher than most other ret
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